tiny worlds

a recent discovery – the lego architecture studio – has got me thinking about scale. a handful of blocks could represent “an opera house or a cash register”, “an entry to a subway or a bathtub” – it’s up to the designer to assign the scale by adding details.

lego architecture studio

i love the idea of creating tiny worlds in only a few inches of space and reminded of some favourite art works.

taylor medlin’s miniature ice houses.

taylor medlin: towards a new antarchitecture

and a local favourite, jane edden’s post secrets, the little people who live complicated lives in the bollards in the hayes, central cardiff.

jane edden: post secrets

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